Nature Photography Classes
Join nationally recognized nature photographers in these classes to sharpen your observation skills and your digital photography know-how. Explore a garden setting after dark or on a lovely spring day with your single-lens reflex (SLR) digital camera, and learn to use editing tools to polish your images.
Classes are offered in-person, as synchronous (live) online programs, or using hybrid methods with both in-person and virtual content. Class delivery methods are denoted next to each listing as VIRTUAL, IN-PERSON, or HYBRID.
Class Schedule January – April 2024
NEW! Nighttime Photography featuring GardenFest of Lights | January 4 IN-PERSON
Photographing GardenFest lights after dark can be a challenge. In this hands-on workshop, we’ll take photos of the GardenFest exhibit’s many lighted displays at dusk, after sunset, and in fully dark conditions. By participating in this class with professional photographer, Tom Hennessy, you’ll gain nighttime photography skills that will help you photograph other illuminated objects and landscapes at the Garden and beyond such as light displays, city skylines, moonlit evenings and more! Students should bring their own DSLR camera.
Photography in the Garden with Tm Hennessy | April 20 IN-PERSON
Many of the beautiful images in Garden publications, Instagram and on our webpage are by photographer Tom Hennessy. Join him for this workshop to polish your own skills. Following a brief introduction, join Tom in the Garden to photograph spring flowers, foliage and landscapes. Spend your lunch hour in the classroom editing your photos and finish the day sharing your results with the class. Students should bring their own DSLR camera.
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